The 21 Day Reset Challenge forced us to stop and look at what we were doing to ourselves and our goals by abusing our bodies with an unhealthy diet. For each step forward my wife and I made in the workouts, we were probably taking two steps backwards with our diet. The Challenge provided not only the information we needed in recipes, ideas, and the impact of what you eat, but a format that was engaging and a support group from other athletes to the coaches who were also completing the challenge.
This was a major lifestyle change for me and I wouldn't have done it without this challenge. It forced me to rethink everything I put into my body and think of it not just as food satisfying a craving but fuel to a machine. If I wanted a clunky, rundown machine, I could keep skipping meals and snacking on sugar and empty carbs, and gorging on fatty meals without concern for portions. If I wanted to reach my goals and turn my body into an efficient and fit machine, I had to have a plan, stick to it, find supporting partners, and educate myself on when and what type of fuel to consume. The Challenge provided all of that and the changes my family has made since then have stuck and changed not just our daily diet but our approach to our family's fitness and well being.
So glad to be a member of this community and all it brings, from classes to clinics and fitness to friendships. *JAZZ HANDS!*
喜欢健身的，强烈推荐the mainline Crossfit,教练超好，很有耐心，每天的课程都有固定时间，不同的训练项目，针对不同身体部位，最好的无氧运动，尤其是爱撸铁的......绝对要试试cross fit课。
I have lost 10 pounds of fat added muscle and gone from waist 34 to 31. The CF process works and CFML does a fantastic job delivering results.
Our CrossFit Senseis
Merrilee is a founder and owner of CrossFit Main Line Ardmore & Wayne. Finding CrossFit was a defining moment in Merrilee’s life. She always had an interest in health and exercise, but had struggled to find a true sense of fitness. “I credit CrossFit, in combination with proper nutrition, and it’s supportive community with helping me achieve the body image I have always wanted – while never feeling healthier or stronger””. Read More
Daniel was introduced to CrossFit in 2006 after working for a national sports training company. Along with his wife, Merrilee, they founded CrossFit Main Line in 2012 and with a little luck, a lot of long hours and an unbelievable community behind them, they expanded the CrossFit Main Line brand to a second location, CrossFit R5.
Daniel was born and raised in Alabama, educated at Wake Forest University in North Carolina and has played baseball all around the country.Read More
Our CrossFit Ninjas
In attempt to enhance his functional fitness as a United States Marine, Raymond turned to CrossFit while he was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. He fell in love with the varied workout regimen and its close-knit community of athletes, and continued to CrossFit long after his military service ended in 2014.
Over the last 10 years, Chelsey has had the opportunity to work with some pretty amazing people. She has coached in several gyms both in Texas and Pennsylvania and has had the opportunity to compete in CrossFit Regionals both as an individual and as a member of a team. She loves that CrossFit has brought the importance of health and wellness to the forefront again and takes pride in even having a small influence on people living healthier more productive lives.
April grew up devoting most of her time to the sport of competitive gymnastics. Her passion for fitness only grew as the years went on and she was eventually introduced to the sport and community of CrossFit. She found that her love of weightlifting combined with her extensive gymnastics background were the perfect union that CrossFit offered. Through fitness, she’s spent the last 10 years helping others live better, healthier, and happier lives.
Kelli spent fifteen years as a competitive swimmer. Coming from an individual sport, the community and support she found made CrossFit an easy outlet for her. CrossFit is a great way to keep her competitive spirit alive and it constantly provides room for improvement. She is currently studying for her Doctorate of Psychology in Sport and Exercise Performance to merge the mental side of sport into CrossFit.
In the summer of 2012 after hearing a friend talk about his Crossfit experience, Lea decided to give it a try to differentiate her workouts. After the first workout there wasn’t a doubt that it was something she would stick with. Through the years, the constant challenge of movements and workouts did not disappoint and neither have the results.
Mark was a 3 sport athlete in high school (football, wrestling, and lacrosse) at Marple Newtown. After high school he played lacrosse at Millersville. In 2015, Mark got tired of his long and lonely gym workouts, so a friend recommended he try CrossFit. After taking his first class, Mark was hooked.
Matt grew up playing competitive ice hockey, but while in college, fell into a routine of infrequent exercise and poor eating habits. After school, he committed himself to improving his nutrition and began an exercise regimen because he realized health was a driving force in many aspects of his life.
After being a run-of-the-mill “gym rat” for years, he realized that high intensity training was more his speed. Read More
An attorney by trade, Mike spent his time out of the office running a little, lifting a little and, athletically, accomplishing very little. After spending more years than he could count on the the typical exercise treadmill, Mike found CrossFit in June 2011. The CrossFit approach to fitness – constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity – clicked with him immediately. Since then, Mike has used CrossFit Read More
Rand has trained with Swiss rugby club RC Nyon, briefly played in Shanghai’s International Football League, and is aiming to compete in the Ironman 70.3 in the future. After helping to open Shanghai’s first Crossfit gym, Iron Dragon, in 2013, he moved to Hong Kong to study the yogic arts, where he also assisted with the opening of Ursus Fitness…